Repeat-Think Aloud with Subsequent Text:Monitors Comprehension / Uses Appropriate Fix-Up Strategies
1.Did you have any problems while you were reading this story? What could youdo to solve the problem?2.When you are reading other stories what kinds of problems do you have? Whatare all the ways you solve the problems?3.We have just discussed problems you have (Restate child’s response). What doyou understand now that you didn’t understand before?
Visualizes and Creates Mental Images While Reading
1.When you were reading this story did you make any pictures or images in your head? Tell me everything you can about that picture or image you made whileyou were reading just now. Do the pictures or images that you just told me abouthelp you to understand the story better? How?2.(If no response) Can you think of a story where you made your own pictures or images in your head? Tell me everything you can about that picture or image.Do those pictures or images help you understand the story better? How?3.We have just discussed the pictures or images you make in your head. (Restatechild’s response) What do you understand now that you didn’t understand before?
1.If you were to tell another person about the story you just read, and you couldonly use a few sentences, what would you tell them?2.Think about what you have just said about the story. What do you understandnow that you didn’t understand before?